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CGU in the News, Feb. 22 – Mar. 8

Drucker School Prof. Jeremy Hunter's course in mindfulness featured in LA Times

Huffington Post blog discusses Drucker School's mindfulness class in post on eastern wisdom for western business

LA Times announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

(ran also in Orland Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, Burbank Leader)

Associated Press announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

(Appeared also in Yahoo!, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Salon, Washington Times, Washington Post, US News & World Report, MSN, Seattle Times,  and hundreds of others)

Indiana NPR affiliate broadcasts interview with Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner Marianne Boruch

Poetry Foundation announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

Poets & Writers Magazine announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

Huffington Post announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

Chronicle of Higher Education announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

Journal and Courier (Indiana) announces winner of CGU's Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award

Purdue Exponent calls CGU's Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award "the most prestigious contemporary poetry award in the nation"

Purdue Exponent interviews Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner Marianne Boruch

Vacaville's TV News10 announces Heidy Steidlmayer as winner of CGU's Kate Tufts Discovery Award

German poetry newspaper announces winners of CGU's Tufts Poetry Awards

Oakland Post profiles Kingsley Tufts finalist Edward Hoeppner

Education Prof. Charles Kerchner in LA Times story on big money in the LA school race

Boston Globe profile on art alumnus Paul Royka, who worked as an appraiser on PBS' Antiques Roadshow

Small Giants interviews Drucker School alumnus Scott Scherer about his Bonsai Business Model

NY Times: High profile stage actor reads psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi for inspiration

President Deborah Freund in The Student Life on search for new dean for Honnold-Mudd Library

The Student Life on the conclusion of the search for a new dean of the Honnold/Mudd Library

Gina Messina-Dysert, director of CGU's Center for Women's Interdisciplinary Research and Education, discusses the Catholic Church on Tavis Smiley

Business Insider names economics Prof. Paul Zak in list of 50 sexiest scientists

Memphis Symphony Orchestra to perform works by music Prof. Peter Boyer

SPE alumna Pamela Meyer in Business Officer on detecting lies

Daily Bulletin on CGU's efforts to educate the public about Affordable Health Care Act

Religion Prof. Vincent Wimbush quoted in Washington Post on exhibit on African American connection to scripture

Long Beach Post on CGU database that reveals financial challenges of many Long Beach families

The Art Newspaper  on partnership between CGU and Sotheby's Institute for new program in art business

Op-Ed in the Art Newspaper on CGU's new program in art business

The Student Life profiles CGU botany alumnus who grows fruit for Pomona College dining hall

Las Vegas Weekly on exhibition curated by art Prof. David Pagel

Las Vegas Citylife Q&A with art Prof. David Pagel

American Craft Magazine profiles art alumnus Jun Kaneko

2010 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award winner D.A. Powell wins National Book Critics Circle Award for poetry

Economics Prof. Paul Zak cited in Huffington Post blog about unplugging

Forbes contributor on new book about Peter Drucker

Journal of Blacks in Higher Education announces Educational Studies alumna Eileen B Wilson-Oyelaran as chair of National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

Patheos blog profiles CISAT's Anondah Saide

Rick Wartzman of the Drucker Institute in Forbes on Groupon's Andrew Mason's biggest regrets

Politics Prof. Melissa Rogers in Claremont-La Verne Patch on the death of Hugo Chavez

KCET Artbound profiles MFA alumnus HK Zamani

Economics Prof. Paul Zak cited in Washington Blog on the need to prosecute big banks for fraud

Rome Sentinel announces screening of film by humanities alumnus Thomas Keith

Bodies in Space interviews economics Prof. Paul Zak about his most recent book

In case you missed it

Video: Guest speaker Joanna Brooks on Mormon Feminism and the Future of Religious Conversation

Video: Economics Prof. Paul Zak in roundtable discussion on the future of storytelling

Video: Educational Studies Prof. Carl Cohn on what's harder to teach; a phonics lesson to first-graders or a doctoral level seminar on strategic management of human capital

Video: Drucker Business Forum with Laurence Vincent on brand promise

Video: Guest speaker Luis Moll speaks to Educational Studies on fulfilling the promises of Mendez & Brown

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